2. Nanomaterials (Fullerenes and Carbon Forms).
3. Nanoparticles and Colloid.
5. Molecular Electronics.
6. Molecular Nanotechnology.
7. Nanoengineering Devices.
9. Analytical Tools in Nanoscale Engineering.
11. Computational Nanotechnology.
12.Nanotechnology in Space.
13. Intelletual Property Rights in Nanotechnology.
References. The context of the book is the rapid expansion of Nanotechnologies resulting from important research efforts in a wide range of disciplines such as physics, chemistry, biology and engineering.
This book was originally intended to be an introduction to Nanotechnology; due to the nature of the field it has developed into an introduction to selected topics in Nanotechnology, which are thought to be representative of the overall field. The topics represented here were chosen based on the maturity of understanding of the subjects, their potential for applications.
Many of the chapters discuss present and future possibilities. Attempted to provide an introduction to the subject of(less)
2. Centroid And Moment Of Inertia Friction.
3. Transmission Of Power And Simple Lifting Machine.
4. Shear Force Diagram Sfd And Bending Moment Diagram Bmd.
5. Truss And Virtual Work Questions B.
E. First Second Semester Examinations Paper June 2008.
Appendices: 1. RGPV Paper Solution July 2008 Dec.
2002 . 2.
10 Practical Write Up As Per RGPV Syllabus. 3.
Viva Questions And Answers Useful Conversion Unitwise Questions Rgpv Part 2 Basic Civil Engineering Unit-1: Civil Engineering Materials Unit-2: Building Construction Unit-3: Surveying And Positioning Unit-4: Mapping And Sensing Unit-5: Disaster Resistant Building Questions. Appendix.
I RGPV Paper Solution June 2008-Dec. 2004 Appendix II 10 Practical Write Up As Per RGPV Syllabus Appendix III Viva Questions And Answers Unitwise Mix Question Bank Appendix IV Glossary.
1. Strictly according to the revised syllabus as prescribed by RGPV Bhopal MP in theory and practical 2.
It had alaso been(less)
This approach lets the engineer take into account the essential mechanical properties of the material itself and special features of practical implementation, including manufacturing technology, experimental results, and design characteristics. Giving complete coverage of the topic: from basics and fundamentals to the advanced analysis including practical design and engineering applications.
At the same time including a detailed and comprehensive coverage of the contemporary theoretical models at the micro- and macro- levels of material structure, practical methods and approaches, experimental results, and optimisation of composite material properties and component performance. The authors present the results of more than 30 year practical experience in the field of design and analysis of composite(less)
Component of a Document: 1. Conservation of documentary wealth.
2. Base materials used for writing through the ages.
3. Paper: historical background.
4. Properties of paper.
II. Enemies of Archivo-Library Wealth: 6.
Enemies responsible for causing decay or weakening support and writing fluid. 7.
Bio deterioration: insects, the enemies of records and books. III.
Preventive and Curative Conservation: 8. Preventive conservation.
9. Curative conservation.
"Through the text, effort has been made to make people understand the importance of conservation of information in changed circumstances. The book through its various chapters, attempts, to throw light on the component of a document, its nature, enemies of records, and their counter measures.
The significance of the book is that it also attempts to develop an awareness among the people associated with the Archives, Libraries of different kind, creating agencies and allied centres, about the changing feature of information carriers,(less)
The book emphasizes the role of the fundamental principles of thermodynamics in the derivation of significant relationships between the various thermodynamic properties. The initial chapter provides an overview of the basic concepts and processes, and discusses the important units and dimensions involved.
The ensuing chapters, in a logical presentation, thoroughly cover the first and second laws of thermodynamics, the heat effects, the thermodynamic properties and their relations, the flow, refrigeration and liquefaction processes, and the equilibria between phases and in chemical reactions.The book is suitably illustrated with a large number of visuals.
It contains numerous solved examples in each chapter, as well as solved model question papers and a set of 360 multiple-choice questions at the end of the book, to help students develop problem-solving skills. Plentiful exercises at the end of each chapter help develop the students’ ability and confidence in the application of the underlying concepts.
About The author: Gopinath Halder Ph.D.
, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Petroleum Engineering, Indian School of Mines University, Dhanbad. A member of various professional societies such as Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE) and Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE), Dr.
Halder has authored several research papers published in reputed national and international journals. His areas of research interest include Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics and Environmental Engineering.
Table Of Contents Preface Acknowledgements Introduction and Basic Concepts Law of Thermodynamics Properties of Pure Substances Heat Effects Second Law of Thermodynamics Thermodynamic Property Relations Thermodynamics to Flow Processes Refrigeration and Liquefaction Process Solution Thermodynamics: Properties Vapour–Liquid Equilibrium Additional Topics in Phase Equilibrium Chemical Reaction Equilibria Appendix A: Property Tables Appendix B: Solved Model Question Papers Appendix C: Multiple Choice Questions Bibliography Index(less)
Brar. Welcome address/P.
1. Revolution from above: the role of monarchy in transformation of Bhutan/Nalini Kant Jha.
2. Bhutan: monasticism, monarchy and migration/Bhawani Singh.
3. Hundred years of monarchy in Bhutan/Shalini Gupta and Madhu Rajput.
4. Bhutan: A 'Forever' epitome of artistic traditions and culture/Alka Chadha.
5. Bhutan's development strategies/Krishan Gopal.
6. Democracy and human rights in Bhutan/Sudhir Singh.
7. Revolution from the above - elections in Bhutan 2007-08/Madhu Rajput.
8. Potential positive impact of information and communication technology on Bhutan's gross national happiness/Shruti Wahi.
9. A window to Bhutan: Tradition and modernity and the anxiety of belonging/Subhra Rajput and Achla Sonker.
10. Gross national happiness, development and democracy - a case study of Bhutan/R.
11. Clash of two cultures in Bhutan - challenge to democracy/Dharampal Singh.
12. Political development in Bhutan/Madhuri Misra.
13. Development under the aegis of monarchy in Bhutan (1972-2008)/Monika Srivastava.
14. Revolution by(less)
I. Introduction: 1.
Floristic diversity. 3.
Rare and endangered taxa. 4.
Economic uses. 5.
Conservation measures. II.
Taxonomical treatment. References.
Index. "The book on "Flora of Haryana (Materials)" deals with the taxonomic account of 1062 wild plant taxa falling under 583 genera representing 163 plant families based on author’s own collections and available plant material in herbaria (BSD & DD) and literature.
The book includes chapters on complete vegetation account, forest types, floristic diversity and dominant plant families/genera in Haryana, monotypics, rare and endangered taxa and their conservation besides data on individual plant taxa showing current nomenclature (including basionym, synonyms and local names), flowering and fruiting time and suitable notes on economic uses and other aspects wherever essential. The text is enriched with 14 photographs and 84 illustrations of important plant taxa representing various plant families.
An appendix on economic important plant species with various uses is also provided in(less)
Nanostructured materials--an introduction. 2.
Overview of semiconductors. 3.
Semiconductor devices. 4.
Semiconductor devices: transistor. 5.
Semiconductor devices: diode. 6.
Semiconductor devices: microprocessor and thermistor. 7.
Semiconductor materials and spintronics. 8.
Two-terminal, three-terminal, four-terminal semiconductor devices. 9.
Basics of superconductors. 10.
Types of superconductors. 11.
Nanostructure science and technology: overview. 12.
Synthesis and Assembly of nanostructure materials. 13.
Nanoparticulates: dispersions and coatings. 14.
High surface area nanomaterials. 15.
Functional nanoscale devices. 16.
Bulk behavior of nanostructured materials. 17.
Biologically related aspects of nanoparticles, nanostructured materials and nanodevices. Appendix: superconductor terminology and naming schemes.
Index. "Nanotechnology is often referred to as a general-purpose technology.
That's because in its mature form it will have significant impact on almost all industries and all areas of society. It offers better built, longer lasting, cleaner, safer and smarter products for the home, for communications, for medicine, for transportation, for agriculture, and for industry in general.
It is sometimes(less)
Previously Searched On
- You have no searches yet.
- Nothing viewed yet? Click on a "View Details" next to each document to know more about it.